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Updated: 6/5/2024

Full-time Positions


We are seeking a community-oriented and experienced counselor/therapist to be part of our creative, empowering, and dynamic team!


  1. Master degree: in social work, school counseling, counseling, or psychology
  2. Undergraduate Degree (preferred in psychology, education, or social work)
  3. Licensed by the state of Kansas or willing to pursue licensure


  • Engaging with adult team members and parents – for occasional team-to-family sessions (in support of a child’s unique needs)
  • Conduct mental health/behavioral health presentations for staff, families, and student throughout the school year
  • Student engagement through all school interventions,  classroom lessons, groups, individual sessions
  • Perform accurate, functional, and relevant assessments of needs for the school, classrooms, and individual students
  • Build and maintain accurate individual support plans (crisis, academic, emotional, transitioning, etc.)
  • Work in a solutions focused manner with other staff and parents to develop a program that supports student growth and success
  • Develop an SEL curriculum that can be used in weekly SEL classroom lessons
  • Be a vital member of the student support team
  • Work with teachers to offer observations,  build interventions, and help develop relationships
  • Support the development of IEPS  and data collection
  • Occasionally you will be asked to work and communicate with staff from USD 497 (and other districts) to help get students the support they need
  • Support students through transitions between teachers and classrooms; erdkinder to high school, and toddlers to primary

Critical Skills

  • Ability to build relationships with staff, students, and families,
  • Has experience using different modalities of therapeutic interventions with children ranging from 3-14. Experience supporting students with anxiety, adjustment, and crisis intervention.
  • Maintain current knowledge of special education laws and regulations and ability to meet their requirements
  • Ability to quickly analyze a situation and provide prompt feedback
  • Ability to respond to information requests in a courteous, timely, and efficient manner
  • Understanding or willingness to master Google Docs, Parent Square, and FACTS
  • Ability to set and meet deadlines
  • Ability to work constructively and cooperatively with others
  • Organizational, leadership, and self-direction
  • Understanding of diagnoses that affect our student population
    • Ex: Autism, ADHD, Processing disorders, Anxiety, Depression, etc.


  • School Hours: Monday- Friday 8:30-3:30
  • Some afternoons may require you to stay longer to meet with teams

Follows an all-year academic schedule with multiple breaks

  • Toddler and Primary: August- July
  • Elementary:  August- May and then summer camp (you may or may not be involved)
  • Erdkinder (adolescent program): August-May

Part-time Positions


We are always looking for dynamic people to join our group of staff. Starting as a substitute is a great way to learn about Montessori and Raintree. You can work around your class schedule or other part-time job schedule. Substitutes have the opportunity of working with children as young as 18 months to students aged 14 years. It is a wonderful way to gain experience with children. Often substitute positions morph into part-time or full-time work as we pull from our substitute list when there is a permanent opening at Raintree.

Montessori training is not required. Experience working with children is a must and preference is given to those who have experience working with groups of children in an educational setting.

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